IGIVE Campaign Launches Aug. 8

three woman nurses holding up a sign that says I give because we care about our patients
Nurses showing their love for Augusta University and their patients.

IGIVE, the annual campaign for giving at Augusta University and Augusta University Health, kicks off from 11:30—1:30 on Tuesday, Aug. 8, and employees on the Health Sciences Campus will have three locations to participate.

Donation stations will be located in the lobby of the Health Sciences Building, the lobby of the J. Harold Harrison M.D. Education Commons and the parking lot of Annex I.

Those on the Summerville Campus will be able to give from 10:30 until 1:30 in the Grove on Aug. 14. Another Health Sciences Campus event will also be held on Aug. 22 at the Children’s Hospital of Georgia Fountain and at the Terrace Green.

Other IGIVE festivities include the Community Campaign Kickoff Luncheon and the Eat for Augusta U event. The campaign culminates on Oct. 13 at 5:30 p.m. with the fundraising total being announced during the Augusta U Brew-N-Que in the D. Douglas Barnard, Jr. Amphitheatre.

Gifts can be directed to benefit any of the university’s nine colleges and cyber initiatives, the health system, university athletics, the Children’s Hospital of Georgia or other specific programs.

For more information about the IGIVE campaign, visit the IGIVE webpage.

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